NTLA – An Organization for Tribal Land Staff
The National Tribal Land Association was created to provide a place where tribal land professionals could learn and share with one another by providing opportunities for training, access to resources and networking opportunities.
NTLA is a membership driven organization. Join today as we work together to create opportunities for tribal land professionals to learn, share and grow. We can do this with your help!
Today, tribes are increasingly finding ways to work independently of the BIA and to manage their lands more efficiently and in ways that reflect the values and needs of their tribal members. By Indian Country working together, we can develop important resources, provide opportunities for tribal land professionals to hone their skills, increase knowledge and improve the way to handle day-to-day workings with landowners, the tribe and federal entities.
NTLA is seeking proposals from venues interested in hosting the 9th Tribal Land Staff National Conference.
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Indian Land Forum
The Indian Land Forum was developed to provide a secure place for tribal land professionals to share resources, discuss relevant topics and network with their peers throughout Indian Country.